CLS 53 4MATIC+
The CLS 53 will undoubtedly deliver thrills and excitement to anyone looking for a sensuous four-door chariot. We just don’t think it’s the best Merc.
Sacrificing civility for performance.
Impressive powertrain and rear accomodations, but pricey and lacking refinement.
Subaru plays it safe by building on the Forester's strengths, but fails to remedy any of its shortcomings.
Will the updated TRD PRO treatment be enough to keep this aging but rugged dinosaur from going extinct?
Resurrecting a name from the past.
From an ergonomic and practical perspective, the X4 does not make any sense. Luckily there will always be a type of consumer that buys with emotion and values style above all else.
The updated RAM is not a monumental game changer but its meaningful upgrades should be enough to make Ford and Chevrolet go back to the drawing board.
Slowly perfecting the recipe with an infotainment upgrade and more trims that one can count with both hands.
The Volt is dead. Long live the Bolt.
Not the smoking gun we expected but nevertheless an appealing and impressive premium SUV.
A fuel-saving SUV with limited competition and a proven track record.
The 720S is a stunning supercar but its vocal cords fail to match the same heights of grandeur.
Delivering world-class ergonomics and everyday usability without sacrificing speed or driving pleasure.
A rolling work of art designed for the street, the track, and the bedroom wall.
Forget coffee. The high-pitched wail of a Lamborghini V10 is all you need to wake up.
Ford has finally addressed our biggest concern of the Mustang GT: the noise. Now it sounds like a proper muscle car.
A dancing partner with the looks, the drive, and the potential to stand amongst the giants.
Premium yet affordable, the base MINI Cooper is a great beginner’s car for those learning to drive with a manual transmission.